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Be A Successful Entrepreneur Like Intel’s Gordon Moore

Many try to emulate the top entrepreneurs. Big names like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are dominating the news waves, but there are some that made their successes quietly. 17 more words

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A visit to Intel Museum is Santa Clara was in my bucket list for over a decade. I had driven past Intel so many times, and yet never made the right turn to Intel’s campus and to the Robert Noyce building where the museum is located. 166 more words


Only Paranoid Survive- Andy Grove

Born András István Gróf on (1936-09-02) September 2, 1936 in Budapest Hungary, Andy Grove was an enigma. He died on 21st March 2016. For records purpose Andy retired as Chairman of Intel in 2002. 1,208 more words

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Computers are Fast Enough

The Go match between the 18-time world champion Lee Sedol and AlphaGo has concluded with AlphaGo winning 4-1. I stayed up late to watch a few games. 554 more words


Moore's law is dead

”Moore’s law has died at the age of 51 after an extended illness,” Peter Bright writes for Ars Technica. “In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore made an observation that the number of components in integrated circuits was doubling every 12 months or so.” 287 more words


The Law of Moore

This year, as Moore’s Law turned 50, many people turned to look at what it has meant for not just the computer industry, but for our world. 53 more words


Gordon Moore: Fortune Teller of Silicon Valley?

Thackray, Arnold, David C. Brock, and Rachel Jones. Moore’s Law: The Life of Gordon Moore, Silicon Valley’s Quiet Revolutionary. New York, NY: Basic Books, 2015. 1,006 more words

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